DOCTOR OF ENGINEERING

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Course Outline

Diploma in Doctorate Studies (DDS) IQY Diploma in Doctorate Studies is an academic award consisting of Research Studies and Writing Thesis Dissertation at 360 Credit points in which 240 Credit points are allocated for Masters Degree level academic qualifications and / or comparable professional experiences.

Subjects

·        MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points)

·        MAE602 Thesis (30 Points)

·        BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points)

The candidates who have completed MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points) and their thesis proposal are accepted will be awarded IQY Master Diploma in Research Studies (270 Credit Points).

The candidates who have completed MAE602 Thesis (30 Points) but have not submitted it to St Clements University OR STC Technological University  will be awarded IQY Diploma in Doctorate Studies (300 Credit Points)

Only St Clements University OR STC Technological University  will confer the Doctoral Degree while IQY Technical College will provide the facilitation and successful candidates will be issued with BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points) when the success is notified by St Clements University OR STC Technological University .

In the case of failure to meet the quality of dissertation, St Clements University OR STC Technological University  ’s Diploma in Doctorate Studies or other relevant award can be issued and Doctorate degree award fees will not be charged.

IQY Technical College will issue Letter of Congratulation for having been successful in PhD. Doctoral Research Studies IQY Master Diploma in Research Studies

Dissertation for Doctorate

MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points) MAE602 Thesis (30 Points)).

BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points)

MAE601 Research Method

This course guides the student, step by step, through the research process, from problem selection through writing up results. It provides all of the basics necessary to complete a research project in any discipline. Outline.

The following aspects are reflected in this course:

What is research?

Tools of research

The problem: the heart of the research process

Review of the related literature

Planning your research design

Writing the research proposal Qualitative research Historical research

Descriptive research Experimental and causal - comparative designs Statistical techniques for analyzing quantitative data Technical details: style, format, and organization of the research report

Doctoral Research Proposal Synopsis:

Research students are expected to present a written research proposal within three months after commencement. The proposal is handed in to the study leader.

Assessors of this proposal are selected by the faculty for their understanding of the field and the research involved. The purpose of a research is to set out a plan for conducting the research and writing the dissertation within the available time.

It should take account of the availability and guidance of the study leader. The starting point for a research proposal is the topic, which is the field of interest in which the research is to be carried out. In introducing the topic, the proposal should clarify the field that it falls into and the specific part that field which the research will explore. It should clarify why the topic is of interest and importance, and how the proposed research will contribute to the filed of knowledge or profession. The proposal should clarify the research questions, ensuring that these are specific and answerable. It is important to show how these questions relate to the topic are, and how they will advance the student’s contribution. The proposal should detail the research to be carried out, and clarify the research methods, the timeframe and the reasons for selecting particular methods.

Where a period of literature review or research should precede any empirical research, this should be factored in as part of the research. It is important to estimate any periods of field research and to flag their duration and cost in your research proposal.

MAE 602 Thesis

Thesis Dissertation for Doctorate Candidates need to complete a 60000-words dissertation (in Myanmar or English) and a 3000-words executive portfolio (in English).

This program requires the candidates to complete a thesis as part of the assessment for the Doctorate Doing a thesis / dissertation means that instead of knowledge and information being presented and following a prescribed route for answering questions, candidates are thrust into an active role of managing an investigation into a topic area.

This means researching and discovering things for themselves. They will have to set their own targets and parameters, pose their own central research questions and decide on the appropriate sources of information to support the research. It therefore requires the use of the higher-level cognitive skills of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.

Candidates may choose an area of particular interest to them within the scope of course title.

BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points)

Doctoral dissertation A dissertation is an individual effort and the candidate, academic tutor and the course professor will work together on constructing an approved topic (research question) and methodologies. Dissertation Defence for doctorate It is expected of Doctoral candidates to defend their thesis by means of a colloquium (academic discussion). The purpose of the meeting is for the candidates to convince a panel of experts in the field of the dissertation how well they have done in the conducting of their research study and the preparation of their dissertation Candidates need to complete all course assessments with the results of Grade B+ or above

St Clements University (SCPU Business School-Switzerland)

STC Technological University  

 

St Clements University (SCPU Business School-Switzerland)

St Clements University Myanmar College/ IQY Technical College

Doctorate Degree/ Diploma in Doctorate Degree Overview Program Instruction

Name of  Candidate

 

IQY ID Number

 

St Clements University ID Number

 

Program

 

Field of Study and Research Area

 

Start Date

 

Expected Completion Date

 

International Supervisor of Research/Dissertation

 

Immediate Supervisor of Research/Dissertation

 

Co- Supervisor of Research/Dissertation

 

 

Time schedule

Total Time Required to complete

3 Years (36 months)

Phase (1) Preliminary Course

8 months

Phase (2) Research Study Course Work

6 months

Phase (3) Research Proposal

4 months

Phase (4)+Phase (5)

18 months

Phase (6)

1 month

 

(1)General Information about the program

Diploma in Doctorate Studies (DDS)

IQY Diploma in Doctorate Studies is an academic award consisting of Research Studies and Writing Thesis Dissertation at 360 Credit points in which 240 Credit points are allocated for Masters Degree level academic qualifications and / or comparable professional experiences.

The candidates who have completed MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points)

and their thesis proposal are accepted will be awarded IQY Master Diploma in Research Studies (270  Credit Points).

The candidates who have completed MAE602 Thesis (30 Points) but have not submitted it to St Clements University will be awarded IQY Diploma in Doctorate Studies (300 Credit Points)

Only  St Clements University will confer the Doctoral Degree while IQY Technical College will provide the facilitation and successful candidates will be issued with  BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points) when the success is notified by St Clements University.

In the case of failure to meet the quality of dissertation, St Clements University’s Diploma in Doctorate Studies or other relevant award can be issued and Doctorate degree award fees will not be charged.

 

IQY Technical College will issue Letter of Congratulation for having been successful in PhD.

 

PHASE (1) Preliminary Course

The students will have to write 20 pages study report for each of the subjects outlined below.

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/masterdiplomaresources.htm

 

The report needs to include -

 

Book review- Review on each chapter of the book highlighting the key concepts, key formula, key theory & practical application concepts

 

Own idea on how to apply those concepts in real practical applications.

 

Examples of engineering designs that use the concepts & knowledge expressed in those books (If any)

 

Your comment on each book

Your reports should contain the following aspects

Graduates of a Masters Degree (Extended) / Doctorate Preliminary Level

will have:

• cognitive skills to demonstrate mastery of

theoretical knowledge and to reflect critically on theory and professional practice

• cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex

information, problems, concepts and theories and to apply established theories to

different bodies of knowledge or practice

• cognitive, technical and creative skills to generate and evaluate complex ideas and

concepts at an abstract level

• communication and technical research skills to justify and interpret theoretical propositions, methodologies, conclusions and professional decisions to specialist and

non-specialist audiences

• technical and communication skills to design, evaluate, implement, analyse and

theorise about developments that contribute to professional practice

 

 

 

How theories are related to practice

 

 

Research and collection of several resources and references

 

 

 

Provide your own ideas

 

 

Interpret and justify the information . Submit the decision

 

 

 

You also need to analyse the information

And provide the conclusion

 

 

 

 

To support your critical thinking, the following video and resources are provided.

·       ED431-Critical Thinking

www.highlightcomputer.com/ED431CriticalThinking.pptx

VIDEOS

https://youtu.be/Cekuc04E2xM

·        ED431-Reflection& Evaluation

www.highlightcomputer.com/ED431ReflectionEvaluation.pptx

VIDEO

https://youtu.be/Ezre_83QIfE

Specific Instruction

(1)   You need to write the reports and submit them to St Clements University Library Academic Journal Veritas Journals - ISSN 2307-2806

Link-http://www.stclements.edu/library.html

In the above link which is E-Library of St Clements university, you can find the thesis, dissertations and research papers of the academics and postgraduate students of St Clements University. You need to observe and study the style of presentations.

(2)   The number of reports will need to be negotiated. In my view, your report should be

Report (1)-Same Discipline Engineering

Report (2)- Same Discipline Engineering

Report (3)-General Engineering

Report (4)-Specialized Discipline

You should spend 8 months to complete 4 reports and should submit 1 report per every 2 months during this time you should think about topic and title of your dissertation and also discuss with supervisors. If field data are required, you should collect them.

Certificate of Completion- Diploma in Doctoral Studies Preliminary Course

             (IQY Technical College) will be issued together with transcript and will be submitted

             to St Clements University /STC Technological University Academic Committee.

PHASE (2) Doctoral Research Study

Doctoral Research Studies

IQY Master Diploma in Research Studies

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/iQYDDS.pdf

Dissertation for Doctorate

MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points)

MAE602 Thesis (30 Points)

 

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/11.Research+Thesis (ICT 605).zip

 

BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points)

 

MAE601 Research Method

This course guides the student, step by step, through the research process, from problem selection through writing up results. It provides all of the basics necessary to complete a research project in any discipline.

Outline. The following aspects are reflected in this course:

What is research?

Tools of research

The problem: the heart of the research process

Review of the related literature

Planning your research design

Writing the research proposal

Qualitative research

Historical research

Descriptive research

Experimental and causal - comparative designs

Statistical techniques for analyzing quantitative data

Technical details: style, format, and organization of the research report


Lecture Video

https://youtu.be/fGcpxlEUndo

Lecture Slides

 

Introduction to Research

 

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/McM_Ch1.ppt

 

Meaning of Research & Research Proposal

 

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/EDUC8631_Slides-Day_1-Sessions_1_2_3_and_4.ppt

 

Research Preparation & planning

 

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Chapter7.ppt

Research Practice

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/STEM_PedR_jane.ppt

Textbook

 

Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research

 

Published under the Sponsorship of the Association for Institutional Research (AIR)

and the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1l1r1k0ftawt/n/11.Research+Thesis_(ICT_605).zip

 

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/11.Research+Thesis (ICT 605).zip

 

ACTION RESEARCH

 

The title should be brief and accurately describe the nature of the project.

 

Context of the study

 

Discuss the background to the central problem. Explain why the problem is significant to your teaching or professional activities and educational research.

 

Selection of instrument

 

Briefly describe the development of the questionnaire and your reasons for its selection.

 

Data sources

 

Describe the target population (i.e., the class or other group).

 

Role of participants

 

Describe your role in the action research and any other persons involved the study (e.g., other teachers, principal, students).

 

Data collection

 

Describe and explain the types of data you collected, and how they were obtained and recorded.

 

Data analysis & interpretation

 

Present your results and explain the methods you used to analyse and interpret the data. Use tabular and graphical forms to enhance your presentation.

 

Significance

 

Explain your results and reflect on what they mean. Discuss the importance of both the results and the process.

ED 404 Educational Research / Engineering and Technology Research/ Business Management Research

Resources Download Link

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/ED404EducationalResearch.zip

Objective-

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to undertake research into educational/ engineering/ technological/ management theory and apply this research to improve current training and assessment practice.

This unit typically applies to those who need to develop skills in research in order to apply educational theory to improve current and future training and assessment practice

Outcomes

Contents

Qualitative Research and Public Policy

Specific Instruction

·        You need to read the resources provided above which explain about the features and components of research in details

·        Then submit the following assignment.

Assessment

Assignment 1

 

Locate the name of books, power point slides in which you have learnt the followings. If you can not find them in given resources, you need to do online research and express the URL

 

Fill in the table then submit the written report. Number of words is not specified.

 

 

Topics

Name of Book

 

Name of Powerpoint Slides

Page Number

 

Slide Number

URL if any

What is research?

 

 

 

Tools of research

 

 

 

The problem: the heart of the research process

 

 

 

Review of the related literature

 

 

 

Planning your research design

 

 

 

Writing the research proposal

 

 

 

Qualitative research

 

 

 

Historical research

 

 

 

Descriptive research

 

 

 

Experimental and causal - comparative designs

 

 

 

Statistical techniques for analyzing quantitative data

 

 

 

Technical details: style, format, and organization of the research report

 

 

 

Context of the study

 

 

 

Selection of instrument

 

 

 

Data sources

 

 

 

Role of participants

 

 

 

Data collection

 

 

 

Data analysis & interpretation

 

 

 

Significance

 

 

 

 

               Master Diploma in Research Studies (IQY Technical College  will be issued together

               with transcript  MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points) + ED 404 Educational

              Research / Engineering and Technology Research/ Business Management Research

              and it  will be submitted to St Clements University Academic Committee

              

PHASE (3) Research Proposal + Article Contribution

MAE602 Thesis (30 Points)

Doctoral Research Proposal

Synopsis: Research students are expected to present a written research proposal within three months after commencement. The proposal is handed in to the study leader.

 Assessors of this proposal are selected by the faculty for their understanding of the field and the research involved. The purpose of a research is to set out a plan for conducting the research and writing the dissertation within the available time. It should take account of the availability and guidance of the study leader.

The starting point for a research proposal is the topic, which is the field of interest in which the research is to be carried out. In introducing the topic, the proposal should clarify the field that it falls into and the specific part that field which the research will explore.

 

It should clarify why the topic is of interest and importance, and how the proposed research will contribute to the filed of knowledge or profession.

It needs to write the research questions and outline the way to demonstrate to answer those research questions.

The proposal should clarify the research questions, ensuring that these are specific and answerable.

It is important to show how these questions relate to the topic are, and how they will advance the student’s contribution. The proposal should detail the research to be carried out, and clarify the research methods, the timeframe and the reasons for selecting particular  methods.

Where a period of literature review or research should precede any empirical research, this should be factored in as part of the research. It is important to estimate any periods of field research and to flag their duration and cost in your research proposal.

Specific Instruction

You need to submit the following assignment.

 

Assignment 2

Prepare & submit one proposal for research paper.

The candidates will also required to do the followings

They need to attend the conventions, seminars , presentations and workshops

Outcome

The candidates who have completed MAE 601 Research Method (30 Points)

and their thesis proposal are accepted will be awarded IQY Master Diploma in Research Studies (270  Credit Points).After completion of Phase (3) , Candidature for Doctoral Study will be admitted.

PHASE (4) Thesis Data Collection and Literature Review

Then the candidates will need to

(1)   Review the references to be used in thesis regarding their relevancy and location to refer and use in thesis

(2)   Collect the quantitative and qualitative data for thesis

Specific Instruction

Before you write, you firstly need to do the following exercise your self

Practice

Read the following literatures and indicate which part of writing  and components are relevant to the Phase 6 Thesis Defence-Sample of Assessment Criteria  criteria.

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Dr Kyaw Naing EdD Thesis.pdf

Research Data Analysis Tools

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Appendix 2.pdf

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Appendix 3.zip

Sample Paper

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Effectiveness of ICT Teaching in Niue.pdf

Literature Review Sample

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Literature Review Sample.pdf

Sample Textbook

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/ElecricalDistribution.pdf

It is also the beginning of thesis writing. Candidates need to complete a 60000-words  dissertation .You should plan the main chapters of your dissertation, determine the topics, allocate the data and reference into each topic and start writing of the chapters. Your completed chapters need to be submitted to your supervisors, receive the advice and edit them as appropriate.

 

References

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/how-to-write-an-essay.pdf

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/how-to-write-a-research-paper.pdf

PHASE (5) Thesis Writing

MAE 602 Thesis

Thesis Dissertation for Doctorate

Candidates need to complete a 60000-words  dissertation (in Myanmar or English) and a 3000-words executive portfolio (in English).

This program requires the candidates to complete a thesis  as part of the assessment for the Doctorate

Doing a thesis / dissertation means that instead of knowledge and information being presented and following a prescribed route for answering questions, candidates are thrust into an active role of managing an investigation into a topic area. This means researching and discovering things for themselves.

They will have to set their own targets and parameters, pose their own central research questions and decide on the appropriate sources of information to support the research. It therefore requires the use of the higher-level cognitive skills of analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Candidates may choose an area of particular  interest to them within the scope of course title.

Specific Instruction

It is the main process of thesis writing. You need to write each chapters. Care should be taken for appropriate sequence and relevancy between each chapters. It is important to make sure that all of your writings and presentations must be relevant to the title of your dissertation.

You need to submit the draft of your thesis.

You need to make sure to correct all grammar and spellings mistakes

You need to provide all lists of references in APA Formatting.

Outcome

The candidates who have completed MAE602 Thesis (30 Points) but have not submitted it to St Clements University will be awarded IQY Diploma in Doctorate Studies (300 Credit Points)

 

PHASE (6) Thesis Defence

BAE801 Thesis Dissertation Assessment and Defence (60 Points)

Doctoral dissertation

A dissertation is an individual effort and the candidate, academic tutor and the course professor will work together on constructing an approved topic (research question) and methodologies.

Dissertation Defence for doctorate

It is expected of Doctoral candidates to defend their thesis by means of a colloquium (academic discussion). The purpose of the meeting is for the candidates to convince a panel of experts in the field of the dissertation how well they have done in the conducting of their research study and the preparation of their dissertation

 

Candidates need to complete all course assessments with the results of Grade B+ or above.

SAMPLE OF ASSESSMENT

St Clements University Myanmar College

PhD degree candidate assessment record

Name of Candidate

 

Degree

 

Enrolment date

 

 

 PART (1) Documentation Assessment  (Doctorate Preliminary Level + Phase 1 Study

Purpose

Description

Evidences

Remark

Knowledge

 

 Graduates of a Masters Degree (Extended) / Doctorate Preliminary Level

will have:

• a body of knowledge that includes the extended understanding of recent

developments in a discipline and its professional practice

• knowledge of research principles and methods applicable to the discipline and its professional practice

 

Your subject area study reports will satisfy this aspect

Skills

Graduates of a Masters Degree (Extended) / Doctorate Preliminary Level

will have:

 

• cognitive skills to demonstrate mastery of

theoretical knowledge and to reflect critically on theory and

professional practice

• cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex

information, problems, concepts and theories and to apply established theories to

different bodies of knowledge or practice

• cognitive, technical and creative skills to generate and evaluate complex ideas and

concepts at an abstract level

• communication and technical research skills to justify and interpret theoretical propositions, methodologies, conclusions and professional decisions to specialist and

non-specialist audiences

• technical and communication skills to design, evaluate, implement, analyse and

theorise about developments that contribute to professional practice

 

Your subject area study reports will satisfy this aspect  provided that in your reports, you need to provide your thinking, critical reflection,analysis, justification , decision, review and conclusion

Application of

knowledge and

skills

Phase (2) Research Study Assessment

Masters Degree (Extended) / Doctorate Preliminary will demonstrate the application of knowledge

and skills:

 

Completion of Phase 2 Assignment 1

Overall comments for Part 1-Documentation Assessment  for Doctorate degree

PART (2) Publication Assessment

Phase (3) Research Proposal and Article Contributions

Demonstrate the ability to carry out research

Your articles for St Clements University Library Academic Journal Veritas Journals - ISSN 2307-2806

Your research proposal and approval

Phase (4) Thesis Data Collection and Literature Review

Organize results

Your Collection of the quantitative and qualitative data for thesis

 

Literature Review

An exhaustive review of work

 

Your review on the references to be used in thesis regarding their relevancy and location to refer and use in thesis

 

 

Defend the approach

 

In this aspect, your successful action on any question why you choose a particular reference, approach and data.

 

PHASE (5) Thesis Assessment--------- Part (1) Written Work

Criteria

Required Evidence

Remark

Part 1-Features of Thesis

 

 

Thesis include

  • Investigation
  • New knowledge
  • Scholarly style writing
  • Relation to Professional Practice

Chapter (1) Introduction and main body of dissertation

Part 2- Research Questions

 

 

 

 

 

Ability to write the research questions and demonstrate to achieve the solution for the research questions.

Chapter (2) Why research is to be done and Chapter (3) Determination of research questions.

Part 3-Solution Model

 

 

  • Design the solution model
  • Data analysis
  • Reference of theories
  • Knowledge contribution

Appropriate chapters are to be inserted for fulfilling those tasks.

Part 4-Data Collection and Literature Evidence related to solution

Demonstrate the understanding  of the subject

Demonstrate the ability to do the research  (Qualitative data

Appropriate chapters are to be inserted for fulfilling those tasks.

/ Quantitative Data/relevant Literature/ Appropriate utilisation

 

 

 

Appropriate chapters are to be inserted for fulfilling those tasks.

Part 5- Thesis Writing  -Overall Features

Thesis writer demonstrates

  • Evidence of substantial knowledge
  • Research knowledge
  • Research Principles
  • Application to field of work
  • Application to learning

Appropriate chapters are to be inserted for fulfilling those tasks.

Part 5- Thesis Writing  -Plan for writing

 

 

Write the idea by

  • Step by step explanation
  • Use the methodologies
  • Apply investigation
  • Refer the relevant standards and references
  • Communicate the results to peers and community

Your style of writing in all chapters are to be assessed with those criterias.

Part 5A- Thesis Writing  -Facts to Practice

 

 

Write how those facts are related to practical practice , how to improve the current practice, how to develop the skills and knowledge.

Appropriate chapters are to be inserted for fulfilling those tasks.

How those methods/ practice are useful to industry and community

Appropriate chapters are to be inserted for fulfilling those tasks.

Part 5B- Thesis Writing  -Application of References

Systematic and scholarly

writing in the thesis by quoting the relevant references and how those facts contribute to achieve the answer for the research questions

Your style of writing in all chapters are to be assessed with those criterias.

Part 5C- Thesis Writing  -Style of Writing

 

 

Relating the relevant theory to answer the steps of the solutions , construct the solution model and evaluate the each outcomes in the steps

Your style of writing in all chapters are to be assessed with those criterias.

Prove that how theory is related to practice

 

Usage of intellectual skills

Evidence of critical thinking

Evaluation of existing knowledge

Reflection on theory & practice

Systematic Investigation

Your style of writing in all chapters are to be assessed with those criterias.

Demonstrate the expert knowledge and creation

Your style of writing in all chapters are to be assessed with those criterias.

Part 5D- Thesis Writing  -Finding and Conclusion/ Judgement

 

 

How you can use your knowledge and findings in professional practice.

In final chapter, conclusion and judgements is to be included.

Evidence of judgement in thesis

Evidence of responsibility in data  and facts

 

In final chapter, conclusion and judgements is to be included.

 

OVERALL ASSESSMENT

 

Conclusions in a scholarly manner according to disciplinary norms

Your study reports and  thesis will satisfy this requirement.

The following title format must be used to submit the thesis.

THESIS TITLE

by

Your name

A dissertation submitted in partial

fulfillment of the requirement for

the degree of Doctor of XXXX

St Clements University

Year

(Synposis)

ABSTRACT

OBJECTIVE

DECLARATION

I certify that this thesis does not incorporate without acknowledgement any material

previously submitted for a degree or diploma in any university; and that to the best of my

knowledge and belief it does not contain any material previously published or written by

another person where due reference is not made in the text.

Overall comments for Part 2-Publication Assessment  (SAMPLE)

The article of Archaeological Researches on the Excavated Finds at the Ancient City of Wadee with 53 pages, which is the longest articles in the Journal of Burma Studies Volume 18 Number 2, 2014, Northern Illinois University, Center for Burma Studies, USA had been published by NUS Press National University of Singapore. The book named “The Earliest Religious Buildings discovered at the Ancient of Wadee was awarded as Literary Prize from the Tun Foundation in 2013. It will be published by the Tun Foundation Bank Committee in 2016. Both of them are very important cultural sequence in the Southeast Asian Characteristics. Before 2008, the Ancient City of Wadee was an unexcavated site in Myanmar.

The excavated finds unearthed at the Ancient City of Wadee can be compared with the objects found at the Samon Valley Culture (700 BC – 400 AD).  These finds suggested that Wadee is related to Samon Valley Culture. The earliest religious buildings with a huge burial urn were uncovered in this site. It was found that there was the ancestor worship together with a number of the earthen oil lamps at Wadee.

The archaeological articles such as Excavations at the Ancient City of Tagaung (In Myanmar), The Changing of Old Ayeyarwaddy River Channel on the east of Tagaung recommended by the Technology of G.I.S (In Myanmar), Iconography of Buddha Images in Bagan Period (In Myanmar), Pyu Artifacts found in Sanphe Village, Pauk Township (In Myanmar) had been published by the Ministry of Culture, Yangon. It was known that these articles are very useful and applicable for art and archaeology, art and iconography, architecture in Myanmar.

In the Cultural Bulletin, he has scholarly written many articles such as Myanmar Ancient Coins (in Myanmar), Tagaung Ancient City and History of the Changing of Old Ayeyarwaddy River Channel (In Myanmar), Ancient Mural Paintings in Myanmar (In Myanmar), Myanmar Ancient Coins (In Myanmar), Conservations and Preservations of Ancient Wooden Monasteries (In Myanmar), Conservations and Preservations of Ancient Brick Monasteries (In Myanmar), which had been published by the Ministry of Culture. These articles are very relevant and appropriate to study for Archaeological Excavations, the changing of the Ayeyarwaddy River Channel which is the longest rivers in Myanmar, Art History, Numismatology and Conservation and Preservation in Myanmar Archaeology. He has submitted a number of the archaeological projects to the Department of Archaeology and National Museum. It was found that these projects will be published in the future from DOA. It was mentioned that they are very informative and knowledgeable for all national and international research scholars. The eight research papers had been read in Myanmar as well as in the International Conference. It was known that some of them will be published at the respective countries.

 

PHASE (5) Thesis Assessment--------- Part (2) Interview

In this aspect, thesis interview can be conducted by any of the following ways

In this case, the interview will focus on any fact that needs further clarifications.

The questions that assists the thesis assessment committee to justify the holistic view of thesis can be asked.

The above thesis assessment form will be prepared to submit to the assessment committee.

 

GENERAL REFERENCES

Form 17

Diploma in Doctorate Studies Lessons

www.highlightcomputer.com/IQYDDSLessons.pdf

Form 247 PhD Myanmar + International integrating ME Myanmar+International

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Form247PhDMyanmar.htm

 

Form 289 IQY Technical College E-Library

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/elibrary.htm

Form 316 Graduate Engineer Pre-employment Training

www.highlightcomputer.com/Form316EngineeringCompetency.htm

Form 314 IQY TU Online

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/tuonline.htm

 

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Form199PhDEnggResourcesOnline.htm

Form 199 PhD Engineering Resources Online

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Form199PhDEnggResourcesOnline.htm

Form 200 Certificate in Hospital Electrical System

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Hospital Electrical System.zip

 

Form 197 IQY TU Resources

www.ipemyanmar.org/IQYTUResources.htm

Form 203 Professional Engineer Support / Master of Professional Engineering Practice

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/professionalengineersupport.htm

Form 187 ME Civil High Rise Building Construction

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Form187MECivilHighriseBuildingConstruction.htm

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/VideoDownloadZip.htm

Form185 Engineering Handbook Applications

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Form185engghandbookapplication.htm

Form 186 Short Courses

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/Form186ShortCourses.htm

Form 183 Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Engineering)

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/BTechBECAE.htm

Form 180 ETAB+REVIT

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/etabrevit.htm

 

Form 181 M & E Software

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/M&ESoftware.htm

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Form 182 CAM/CNC/Master CAM

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Form 142 Construction Skills Training Professional Diploma Courses

 

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Form 143 Master of Engineering (Professional Engineering) (Myanmar Students) Study Link

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Form 144 Electrical Engineer Practice

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Form 145 Solar Energy Course

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Form 45 St Clements University Master of Engineering for Non standard Entry Study Support

 

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Form 46 Master Diploma Civil Worked Example

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Form 47 Master Diploma Electrical Worked Example

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Form 48 Master Diploma Mechanical  Worked Example

http://www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/MasterDiplomaWorkExamplesMechanical.pdf

 

Form 49 Master Diploma Renewable Energy Worked Example

Please see any of above Electrical or Civil or Mechanical Work Examples

Form 65 Master Diploma in Information Technology

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Form 66 Master Diploma in Renewable Energy Engineering

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Form 67 Naval Architecture

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ProfDipNavalArchEngg.htm

 

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING LEGAL PRACTICE

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